The film version was released by Warner Bros. A Broadway revival opened on December 9, , at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre , but it closed on February 3, , after just 65 performances. It was directed by George Abbott , one of the two directors of the original production in , with choreography by Zoya Leporska. It closed on 18 December Kathleen Marshall was choreographer and director, with a cast starring Harry Connick, Jr. The revival included three added songs by Richard Adler.
The Pajama Game
The West End transfer received positive reviews from a number of national media outlets. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the stage musical. For other uses, see The Pajama Game disambiguation.
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Apr 17, Jun 25, In a comedy number, I'll Never Be Jealous Again, a middle-aged timekeeper and a comfy secretary turn into the Fred and Ginger of their dreams. The duos involving the lead lovers are all variations on the shove that triggers the initial industrial dispute and reach ecstatic fulfilment in a combative country-and-western number, There Once Was a Man. And the big chorus routines, such as Once-a-Year Day, show the workers releasing the energy that is imprisoned by their mechanised industrial selves. Look at many of the best musical revivals of recent years, from the National's Anything Goes to the Menier's Sweet Charity, and you find that Mear's choreography is the common factor.
Michael Xavier as Sid is new to the production and his abrasive charm is well matched by Joanna Riding's mix of gritty determination and good nature as the passionate Babe. But there are no minor roles in an Eyre musical and what is striking is the strength of the surrounding cast. Peter Polycarpou as an insanely jealous shopfloor Othello, Alexis Owen-Hobbs as his flighty inamorata, Colin Stinton as the Scrooge-like factory owner and Claire Machin as a fantasising secretary all perform with a dynamism that sends you out into the street uplifted.